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Twilio (TWLO) Turns the Tables on IPO Market

Twilio (TWLO) Turns the Tables on IPO Market

The IPO market may still be soft, but, don’t tell that to Twilio (TWLO), which saw very healthy demand for its IPO today (6/23/16).  Before the market opened, its 10.0 million share IPO priced at $15, above the $12-$14 expected price range, raising total gross proceeds of $150 million. Amazingly, TWLO is the first IPO of 2016 to price above the projected range. Not only did it price strongly...

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Fed Cut in Growth Expectations Will Be Felt

Fed Cut in Growth Expectations Will Be Felt

Looking at the revised growth, inflation and funds expectations following the Fed meeting last week we see they have shifted into a much slower gear for the US economy.  I am sure there was a bit of a deflated mood (pun intended) during the meeting where the poor jobs report cast a pall over upcoming policy directives. We can see from the new economic projections there is an even lowered...

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Airlines not exactly flying, but worthy of a trade?

Airlines not exactly flying, but worthy of a trade?

The airlines have been one of the worst performing groups this year.  The FAA delays, rising fuel costs (from depressed levels), and the Zika virus have all negatively impacted the group.  American Airlines (AAL) is -29.1% ytd, Delta (DAL) -23.7%, and JetBlue -27.9%.  However, the valuation levels are some of the lowest in the S&P 500.  For example, AAL has a P/E ratio of 3.48.  On...

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How To Use Reflexivity Theory To Trade Like George Soros

How To Use Reflexivity Theory To Trade Like George Soros

George Soros became a legend when he “broke the Bank of England” and made $1 billion in a single day. That day, September 16th 1992, is now referred to as Black Wednesday. And when he was running his fund, Quantum, he averaged 30% a year. Twice he even made over 100% in a single year… How did he do it? Well if you ask him, he attributes a lot of his success to understanding the Theory of...

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From NFLX and Chill to NFLX and Ill

From NFLX and Chill to NFLX and Ill

“I love you more than Netflix” has been uttered by more than one millennial to their paramour. And it’s not just the younger set who has made Netflix (NFLX) their chosen way to watch TV. Check out Grace and Frankie, all four principal actors Jane Fonda, Martin Sheen, Lilly Tomiln and Sam Watterson are in their 70s, which does feel a little revolutionary.  But just because NFLX has...

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Jump On This Big Break Out Move In Citrix Systems

Jump On This Big Break Out Move In Citrix Systems

What gets a trader excited?  There are lots of things, but one thing for sure is a game changer.  There is nothing worse for a trader than same old, same old.  So, when things change…it’s game on!  Let’s look at a break out set up in Citrix Systems (CTXS).  Take a look at the chart in Figure 1 below. What you have here is what is known as an inside bar with subsequent break out.  The inside...

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Use Bull Put Spreads To Profit With Google Now

Use Bull Put Spreads To Profit With Google Now

Hey traders! How are you?! Have you had an amazing last few days in the markets? Some wild moves and pre markets gaps have made day trading and option selling a fun and profitable endeavor.  Headed back home to Nashville, TN from Los Angeles right now and I noticed this exciting pattern on GOOGL. Well, I didn’t just notice it. It’s been on my radar for a LONG time. I love trading GOOGL. In...

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Are You Making any of These 3 Trading Psychology Mistakes?

Are You Making any of These 3 Trading Psychology Mistakes?

Many traders with aspirations of becoming a great trader fail because they blow their trading psychology. Let's take a look at 3 of the worst mistakes traders make with respect to trading psychology, and what to do instead. Mistake #1 - Ignoring Trading Psychology Until it is too Late This one is really easy to do, especially since most people think trading is all about the trade setup and...

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Stock Market: Next Cycle Low Due June 29

Stock Market: Next Cycle Low Due June 29

After last week’s failed call for a “relief rally” it becomes harder to accept bullish signals as seen in the McClellan Oscillator this week. There is the possibility of a micro-cycle high on/near Tuesday which gives the possibility of a 1-2 day rally but the next micro-cycle low is due June 29 which matches the Hybrid Lindsay forecast for a low near then which is outlined below.   June 27 -...

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Jobs Report Shocks Federal Reserve into Submission

Jobs Report Shocks Federal Reserve into Submission

There is no doubt the Federal Reserve committee dialed it back significantly from the recent 'rate hike' rhetoric we have been hearing about lately.  It was only a month ago we heard most of the Fed Governors boldly claim a rate hike was coming and probably sooner than everyone believed. However, they presented a mixed picture of the economy, seeing some growth areas but weakness in others. ...

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